British Actor Nathan Head
Nathan Head is a British Actor experienced in TV, Film, Short Film, Radio and Stage. Recent leading film roles include the gory supernatural horror Exorcist Chronicles, psychological thriller The Psychiatrist with David Hoyle, found-footage terror Evil Apparition, Nazi spy thriller Dead Walkers and romantic fantasy film Sleep. His television roles include playing Sarah's boyfriend in BBC1 drama The Street, Clarky in award-winning BBC daytime soap Doctors, Damien Longley in the sci-fi miniseries The Sleeper Effect and John Light in the second series of Crimes That Shook Britain. Nathan's episode of Crimes That Shook Britain was highlighted in TV Times with a four star rating and the show was nominated for "Best Factual Series" at the 2011 Royal-Television-Society awards. Nathan Head's stage credits include leading roles in the Northern comedy Battered Egos playing at the Salford Arts Theatre and also the fringe reading of The Posthumous Papers Of Allan Konigsberg with Northern Outlet Theatre Company. Battered Egos was written and directed by Sally Lawton and received a five star rating from Remote Goat. Nathan starred as Raymond Korkinsky in the 2009 horror film The Archangel Murders which was labelled "British independent film at it's best" and rated five stars by leading movie magazine Gorezone, it had a limited UK cinema release with "Halloween" and "Someone's Knocking At The Door" over the 2009 hallowe'en weekend and won "Most Original Horror" at Horror UK's 28 Hours Later Festival as well as receiving a special commendation at The Festival Of Fantastic Films, which is the UK's longest running genre film event. As well as having scenes featured on Sky TV, The Archangel Murders has been part of many world-wide horror festivals all across the globe including Grimm Up North, the prestigious Festival De Cannes, Mayhem Horror Film Festival in Nottingham, Zer09 in New York, Beatnik TV at Nexus Night Café, Rocky Mountains Horror Film Festival in Canada, Glastonbury Film Festival and Salford Film Festival. Nathan also voiced a character in the animated spin-off. Nathan Head's shortfilm Blood Roulette was selected by top Smartphone App Popcorn Horror to be in the final 6 in the 2013 Blood-Games competition, Nathan and the rest of the Blood Roulette team received a huge amount of support which helped the film reach the top three by a landslide public vote resulting in the film being shown at the world-famous Frightmare Weekend. Other notable feature film credits include spoofy horror The Zombie King with Ed Furlong and Corey Feldman, comedy movie Hotdesking, horror anthology The Eschatrilogy: Book Of The Dead, cult horror comedy Tuck Bushman And The Legend Of Piddledown Dale and Manchester gangster drama Welcome To No Man's Land. For full credits please click on one of the résumé links at the top of this page.